Eduardo Garcia, goalkeeper of the Mexican team and youth squad of Las Chivas de Guadalajara, was the hero in the penalty shootout on Thursday with three saves against Holland to ensure qualification to the Final of the U17 World Cup in Brazil 2019 and said, After explaining his mythological nickname, he had already visualized the fateful definition from the 11 steps.
The goalkeeper, belonging to the Basic Forces of the Sacred Flock, is very clear about what his nickname generates and even more after a Dutch attempt from the penal point exploded for the third time in his gloves, so he confirmed that "I like it the nickname. They put it to me at the age of eight or nine in Chivas. What inspires me of the nickname? I'm there to impose, many things. "
"Lalo" Garcia recalled, in a special interview for FIFA.com, that "since I started walking I liked football, but I carried the ball with my hands and when I was in kindergarten, my dad took me to kick a court of sand near the house. I liked to throw myself away, to be the one to save the team. I was always struck by the one who dressed differently, I wanted to be like this "and argued that" I could not find an explanation and as you grow, now I give myself what I want and what I need to get it. And part of what I need to get it is to be well focused, "something that is undoubtedly in Brazil.
The rojiblanco squad drew the attention of the scouts for his qualities since the first game against Paraguay for his interventions at key moments and for something he is the goalkeeper with the most saves in the tournament: 26, he is also one of the least scored: 3. "Lalo ", who can become the third Mexican goalkeeper on Sunday to be world champion in the U17 category, acknowledged that" we Mexicans are capable of achieving anything "and in terms of penalties after stopping the attempts of Taabouni, Braaf and Regeer, pointed out that "I am very excited. I knew I could achieve it, I visualized it" and added that "of some I had references and with others I visualized myself. I said to myself: this is mine, this I cover it."